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U.S. Congressional Scorecard


The IRF Congressional Scorecard is a tool that measures the progress of federal legislative efforts to promote and advance international religious freedom. It is designed to increase congressional and public awareness of international religious freedom issues, celebrate positive measures taken by members of Congress regarding international religious freedom, and encourage legislators to take bold action in support of this cause. | 2021 | 21Wilberforce |

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“The International Religious Freedom Congressional Scorecard has an incredibly important story to tell. As religious freedom abuses have proliferated around the world, America’s efforts to advocate for this bedrock human right have not kept pace. This vital tool tells us who in our Congress is leaning forward in defense of the First Freedom and who is leaning back. This is information we need to know so that all of us can better protect the conscience rights of people across the globe.”

Katrina Lantos Swett, President
Lantos Foundation for Human Rights & Justice